Summer is drawing down, friends – now is not the time to slave away in the kitchen over lunch. Try this Easy Panzanella Salad to make use of garden fresh produce in mere minutes. Eat well, be well! Continue reading
Fragrant, beautiful, and delicious, fresh herbs are bountiful in early summer. It’s easy to take Continue reading
Shortcake is my very favorite summertime dessert. Berries take center stage over apples and pears at the market (in my area, anyway), and those berries deserve to be showcased! Rainbow Shortcake doesn’t Continue reading
As hearty meats go, spare ribs are pretty economical. Spare ribs have enough fat to be very tender and flavorful when properly prepared, and are widely available for Continue reading
Here at Crowded Earth Kitchen, our garden has undergone an amazing transformation in only 20 days. Take a look!
Our tiny eggplant transplants have flourished, quadrupling in size!
The tomatillos proved vexing this spring, and were almost lost due to an infestation of pesky aphids. Here at Crowded Earth Kitchen we don’t use artificial pesticides, and instead tackled the problem using ladybugs.
For just a few dollars, we were able to release 1,500 ladybugs into the garden. They lingered just long enough to devour the pesky aphids and lay a few eggs. Voila! Problem solved!
What is growing well in your garden? What could use a bit of extra love? Here at Crowded Earth Kitchen, we’d love to hear all about it!
Go play in the soil. Breathe deeply, friends!
I enjoy a good cheeseburger as much as the next person, but I don’t enjoy the 1,000 sit-ups required to burn those calories. That’s not a joke – a hearty cheeseburger will set you back about 500 calories, and that’s without the bun.
For less than 150 calories we can Continue reading
Most store-bought popsicles are made out of corn syrup, artificial colors, and artificial flavors. Meh. You can purchase healthy, 100% fruit pops, but you’re going to pay dearly for them.
Why not just Continue reading